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Statistics: Pet Survey

In this worksheet, students read information about a survey on pets from a bar chart.

'Statistics: Pet Survey' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Statistic Problems

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A survey is carried out at school, in which children are asked to say which pets they own.

The results are shown in this bar chart.

 

 

We can see from this that 15 children have dogs.

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had cats?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a parrot?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a hamster?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had fish?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a horse?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many more children have dogs than cats?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

Which animal is the least popular?

 

Dog

Cat

Parrot

Horse

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

Which animal is the most popular?

 

Dog

Cat

Parrot

Horse

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many less children have hamsters than fish?

 

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many cats and dogs are owned by this group of children?

 

  • Question 1

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had cats?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
10
EDDIE SAYS
The top of the cat column is in line with the number 10, which means that 10 children have cats.
  • Question 2

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a parrot?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS
The top of the parrot column goes up to the number 2, meaning that 2 children have a pet parrot.
  • Question 3

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a hamster?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
  • Question 4

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had fish?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
12
  • Question 5

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many children had a horse?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
4
  • Question 6

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many more children have dogs than cats?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
EDDIE SAYS
15 children have dogs and 10 have cats. This means that 5 more children have dogs than cats.
  • Question 7

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

Which animal is the least popular?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Parrot
EDDIE SAYS
Only 2 children have parrots, so it is the least popular pet.
  • Question 8

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

Which animal is the most popular?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Dog
EDDIE SAYS
15 children have dogs, so that means it is the most popular.
  • Question 9

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many less children have hamsters than fish?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
7
EDDIE SAYS
12 children have fish and 5 have hamsters, so 7 more children have fish than hamsters.
  • Question 10

Read the information from the bar chart to answer the question.

How many cats and dogs are owned by this group of children?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
25
EDDIE SAYS
15 children have dogs and 10 have cats. 15 + 10 = 25, so 25 children have either a dog or a cat.
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